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Hi all

 

might sound like a weird question i was speaking to worried customer who is afraid to wear her brand new £170 ugg boots for fear of them getting wet. I looked at our protector and it doesnt mention that you can use on sheepskin????

 

I wasnt sure and didnt want too wreck her boots so advised her to contact ugg for advice.

 

any ideas if you can or cant use a spray on protector on uggs?

 

Klazy

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Any Waterproofing spray for footwear will do as they have been tested for colour fastness, the only thing i would tell you to be aware of is spraying to close to the footwear as the solvent within the can will or can remove the colour on some shoes. spray over 10" away and you will have no problems.

Several coats are required for a total waterproof as the 1st coat just gives a shower resistant coat that evaporates after about a week, advice the customer to bring them back each month for a cheaper top-up spray to keep the water resistance to its maximum.

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cheers hugh

 

its a very good point never thought about advisng them to top up that'll keep the shoecare sales going!

 

Klazy

 

Also another chance to check on the state of the soles & heels, judging by how these thing are being worn, most will have the backs of the heels worn down. " The backs are worn quite badly, any further and you will be damaging the uppers beyond repair, dont leave them to long"

It sows the seeds of doubt and many will have them done then.

 

Now out of that 1st sale of a Waterproofing you will be getting multiple add on sales. Works better still with Gents shoes, Toes/Heels/soles /back linings/insocks/laces/polish/shoe trees. all on top of the waterproofing top-up charge (get the idea) I'll make a salesman of you yet.:wink:

 

Hope you have your goldfish bowl ready :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: (dont ask). :lol:

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